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It’s Easter once again – time for bright Easter eggs, yummy chocolate eggs, marshmallow bunnies and jelly beans, egg games and egg hunts, and most exciting for the kids, an Easter costume. Yes, what is Easter without the usual costumes of cute bunnies, funny chicks hatching out of eggs, meek lambs and saintly garbs of shepherds? Add in the Sunday pot roast, Simnel cake and hot cross buns and you have an Easter to be happy about!. Organising an Easter gathering might be to the extent that as the gathering itself. With a spot of cautious arranging and an exceptional measurements of inventiveness at boat parties.com parties can give the ideal Easter gathering for family and companions.
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Significance of Easter
Since Easter is now celebrated in non-secular ways in many parts of the world, it pays to know of the religious origins behind the feast. At the very least, you should have answers to your kids’ questions about the holiday especially when you come from a family with decidedly Christian orientation.
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Beyond the cute and cuddly Easter outfit, Easter is the most important Christian feast in the liturgical calendar simply because it forms the basis for all of Christianity’s beliefs. If you will remember, the central dogma in Christianity is that Jesus died and was risen from the dead in order to save all of humanity from its sins. Thus, Easter Sunday represents the time when humanity has a new life, free of sin, hence, its significance.
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Symbols of Easter
Through the centuries, Easter has taken on popular symbols that have nothing to do with the Christian belief per se. Thus, we have the bunny and the egg as the two most popular representation of the holiday and if you see these two things popping up in the tri-media, then you know that it is time to brush up on Easter costumes. Keep in mind that Easter is a moveable feast so there really is no set time on the civil calendar when it will be celebrated – keep your ears and eyes open.
Anyways, costumes for Easter are usually targeted at children since it appears that children rightly represent new life, just as the holiday does for many Christian sects. Of course, you can find adult costumes like bunny headbands and sexy outfits, if you are so inclined to wear a costume while egg-hunting.
First, you have the cute, cuddly and furry Easter bunny. It is said that the rabbit, or more appropriately the hare, was a symbol of fertility and new life in pagan times for obvious reasons. It was just a small leap from the bunny representing new life in Easter from its ancient symbolism. Thus, you see the popularity of a bunny Easter costume for this same reason although the cute factor may also have something to do with it.
Second, you have the round egg that transforms into many different guises for use in chocolate eggs, in hunts and games, and even in costumes. If you have yet to outfit your kid in chick-coming-out-of-an-egg attire, then you should probably look into it. Again, the egg is a holdover from ancient times when it was deemed a symbol of new life and immortality, thanks to its rounded shape. Or it may be that the eternal question of which came first, the chicken or the egg, was a popular way to get into a friendly debate even then.
The right Easter costumes will get your kids into the spirit of the Easter holiday. Watch them running around Easter egg hunting in their oh-so-cute costumes and make them stand out!